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Do you build web applications with JSF and GlassFish? And do you need to process inputs with characters which are coded with multi-bytes using UTF-8, e.g. German Umlauts? You might have recognized a strange behavior if you use GlassFish 4.
Now, let’s check for the problem by building a simple application. With NetBeans, simply choose New Project, Java Web, Web Application. Add JSF as framework. If you need detailed information how to create a web application with NetBeans, please take a look into my JSF tutorial. Continue reading
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Have you seen the schedule for NetBeans 8.0 ?
Beside lots of other great features, there will be a couple of enhancements with respect to JSF 2.2. Read about New and Noteworthy in NB 8 . This page is going to be completed during the further development.
Even thought I did not contribute code, but bug reports and enhancement requests, this helped to improve NetBeans. And improping NetBeans improves my productivity. Thus, it is worthwhile to spent some time on conmtributing issues.
Now, I got this report about my issues which had been addressed in NB 7.4: Continue reading